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  • Ultramarine is a blue pigment consisting primarily of a double silicate of aluminium and sodium with some sulfides or sulfates, and occurring in nature as a proximate component of lapis lazuli.
  • Ultramarine Blue is a very safe, non-hazardous blue pigment with a variety of applications worldwide.
  • Ultramarine Blue synthetic manufacturing process and possibility for close control over its physical, chemical, and colour characteristics enable the production of several types of this blue pigment, which are readily accepted by plastic, printing ink, paint, cosmetic and many other industries due to advantages over other organic pigments and dyes.
  • Ultramarine blue is an environment friendly pigment available to the industry today.
  • Ultramarine blue is a historical pigment having been found in Egyptian tomb paintings. Synthetic ultramarine was produced at the beginnig of the nineteenth Century.
  • Synthetic ultramarine is a more vivid blue than natural ultramarine, since the particles in synthetic ultramarine are smaller and more uniform than natural ultramarine and therefore diffuse light more evenly. Synthetic ultramarine is also not as permanent as natural ultramarine.
  • Ultramarine blue made with Asturian refined hard kaolin from deposits associated with Armorican quartzite.
  • China clay kaolin has been the traditional raw material for UB pigment synthetic production.
  • New ultramarine generation have been prepared by the solid state mixing and firing technique from Egyptian Raw Materials for the first time. The raw materials used includes kaoline, Na2CO3, charcoal and sulphur precursors.
  • Pulsed laser induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) and Raman spectroscopy were performed using a novel laboratory setup employing the same
    Nd:YAG laser emission at 532nm for the analysis of five commercially available pigments collectively known as “ultramarine blue”.
  • The synthetic blue pigment ultramarine is a product of industrial furnacing and its manufacture is energy intensive and therefore costly.
  • Six commercial pigments prepared with the fresco technique were investigated: ultramarine blue, red lead, charcoal, a yellow and a red ochre, and a green earth.
  • All the Oxides and Ultramarines you use in your soapmaking are recreated in laboratories. This is because even though they do occur naturally in nature, they also contain heavy metals and other substances that are poisonous to us.
  • Ultramarines are HYDROPHOBIC, or ‘water hating’, and often do not mix well with water.
  • The ultramarine blue pigment to come in touch with the C3A of cement and water, allows the formation of large quantities of primary ettringite.
  • A process of pigment like ultramarine blue selection for reconstructing the Gamblin Conservation Colors and various artist pigments dispersed in linseed oil has been described.
  • Raman spectroscopy was mainly used in pigment determination with the help of FTIR spectroscopy.
  • Holliday Pigments is the world’s leading supplier of ultramarine pigments. Exporting to over 80 countries, Holliday Pigments has dedicated customer and technical service teams at its factory in France and its commercial office in Singapore.
General Information
  • About Ultramarine Blue Pigments
  • History of Ultramarine Blue
  • Ultramarine blue introduction
  • Ultramarine Blue Pigments
  • Technical data sheet for Ultramarine blue pigment
  • Ultramarine Blue: The Sincerest Imitation
  • Ultramarine

Production & Process

  • Ultramarine blue from Asturian “hard” kaolins
  • New Ultramarine Generations from Egyptian Raw Materials
  • Evaluation of the Chromatic Effectiveness of Color Pigments  in Restoration Materials (Lime and Portland Cement)
  • Aspects of Solid-state chemistry of fly ash and ultramarine pigments
  • Simulation of Industrial Furnacing with Powder X-ray Diffraction


  • Analysis of natural and artificial ultramarine blue pigments using laser induced breakdown and pulsed Raman spectroscopy, statistical analysis and light microscopy
  • A Critical analysis of commercial pigments
  • Multianalytical characterization of a variety of Ultramarine Pigments
  • Standard Test Methods for
    Chemical Analysis of Phthalocyanine Blue and Green Pigments


  • Indigo, Smalt, Ultramarine - a Change of Blue Paints in Traditional Ethiopian Church Paintings in the 19th Century sets a Benchmark for Dating
  • Effects of some cosmetic pigments on the bactericidal activities of preservatives
  • Evaluation of White cement coloured with Ultramarine blue pigment
  • Labs on Paint and Blue Pigments
  • Learning to use Oxides, Ultramarines, and Neon Pigments in Soap
  • Period Pigments and Color Use
  • The Role of High Performance Inorganic Pigments in Surface Coatings


  • An example of the complementarity of laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy and Raman microscopy for wall painting pigments analysis
  • Laser induced breakdown spectroscopy and
    hyper-spectral imaging analysis of pigments on an
    illuminated manuscript
  • Pigment Selection Using Kubelka–Munk Turbid Media Theory and Non-Negative Least Square Technique
  • Vibrational spectroscopy at the service of industrial archaeology: Nineteenth-century wallpaper


  • Plant from Gujarat
  • Plant from India
  • Plant from UP


  • Akrochem
  • Blueprint® cremix
  • Cosmospheres®
  • Duomeen® TDO
  • Florabeads®
  • Ultraglass UVGL
  • Lim® Reactive Color Masterbatches
  • Octotint 120
  • Unishade Ultramarine Blue 29 LW
Company Profiles
  • Company from Austria
  • China Company
  • Company from California
  • Company from China
  • Company from Gujarat
  • Company from India
  • Company from USA


  • Consultants from Canada
  • Consultants from Delhi
  • Consultants from England
  • Consultants from India
  • Consultants from New Jersey
  • Consultants from UAE
  • Consultants from USA
  • Consultants from Virginia
  • Global Consultants


  • Ultramarine Blue
  • Ultramarine blue pigments
  • Cement Pigment - Blue
  • Ultramarine Blue, very dark
  • Inorganic Pigment
  • Safety data sheet for Ultramarine blue pigment
  • Ultramarine blue MSDS


  • Lubricating grease thickened with ultramarine blue
  • Blue pigmented phosphor
  • Manufacture of ultramarine blue
  • Ultramarine blue enamel pigment
  • Hydrophobic, organophilic ultramarine blue and peacock blue pigments and process of producing the same
  • Process of producing ultramarine blue and a new article of manufacture

Project & Report

  • Pre-Feasibility report for the Production of Ultramarine Blue Pigment
  • What Makes a Pigment Environmentally Friendly? A Case Study with Ultramarine Blue
  • Report-Drawing Conclusions from Scientific Analyses
  • Solar spectral optical properties of pigments—Part II: survey of common colorants
  • Solid State NMR studies reveal why Ultramarine blue fades

Raw material Suppliers

  • China Clay
  • Sulphur
  • Sodium Carbonate
  • Charcoal

Equipment Suppliers

  • Ultra fine Pulverizer
  • Ball Mill
  • Clay Activation Furnace
  • Oxidation Furnace
  • Reduction Furnace
  • Washing/Settling Tank
  • Kneader Mixer
  • Tray Dryer
  • Feeding Hoppers
  • Conveying systems with
    conveyer belts
  • Weighing Scale
  • Flash drying


  • Holliday Pigments presents special effects grades at Chinacoat
  • Important changes to the UK distribution of our Ultramarines
  • The leading world
    supplier news of Ultramarine pigments!
  • The Blue Triangle and Nubiperf AR, innovation in Ultramarine Pigments


  • Ultramarine Blue Pigment Suppliers
  • Ultramarine Blue Pigment Exporters
  • Ultramarine Blue Pigment Manufacturer & Suppliers
  • Ultramarine Blue Pigment Traders
  • Ultramarine Blue Pigment Selling Leads
  • Ultramarine Blue Pigment suppliers World wide


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